How to import XTD-files in memoQ
Thread poster: Marianne Eden

Marianne Eden  Identity Verified
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Dec 2

How do I import an xtd-file in memoQ?


Thanls a lot!


 

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@Marianne Dec 2

Marianne Eden wrote:
How do I import an XTD file in MemoQ?


Do you have any idea what an XTD file is?


 

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Well Dec 2

Multiterm-file for Trados, should be able to import in memoQ.

 

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XML Type Definition file, I assume Dec 2

If so, it seems that you would have to examine it using a text editor and then tag it, before trying to process it with MemoQ (or any other TM tool)

 

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Ok! Dec 2

I'll try that.

Thanks a lot!


 

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Marianne Eden wrote:
Multiterm-file for Trados, should be able to import in memoQ.


Oh, do you mean an XDT file?
https://help.memoq.com/current/en/memoQWeb-help/mqw-import-term-base-(existing).html
According to that page, you also need an accompanying XML file. Do you have it? I'm not a MemoQ user, so I can't really help further.


[Edited at 2019-12-02 14:36 GMT]


 

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Thanks! Dec 2

Yes, I do have the XLM-file.

 

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Marianne Eden wrote:

Yes, I do have the XLM-file.


So, you have XTD+XML files; I guess that you received a glossary in Multiterm format. What about open it in Multiterm and then exporting it to Excel, Word? Or, even better, as a XML file that MemoQ reads directly?

[Edited at 2019-12-02 15:40 GMT]


 


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